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Improving Health Naturally

Improve Health Naturally

Improving Health Naturally

Are you happy with your health? Imagine this scenario:

'You go to the Doctors surgery for a general check up with a few nagging problems and he offers you a course of tablets that could offer the following health benefits.  There aren't any side effects and the tablets are totally natural, would you take them?'

Of course you would. Except, the caveat of taking these 'pills' is that you have to make a commitment to yourself to get your body moving frequently if not daily, with diligence, discipline, accuracy and focus.

The list noted below details the health and wellbeing benefits of the ancient practices of Tai Chi and Qigong, both moving slowly with a good posture, correct physical alignment, full diaphragm breathing and mind intent/focus. If you are waving your arms around following a DVD, this is probably more like line dancing NOT traditional Tai Chi or Qigong practice. In that case, Tai Chi and Qigong would be the worst form of exercise you could do.

Regular Tai Chi and Qigong practice may also help conditions such as EDS, hypermobility joint syndrome, osteoporosis, arthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, Parkinson disease, heart failure, cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome, ME, multiple sclerosis, vestibular disorder, diabetes, ADD and ADHD and stroke survivors.

In our modern world it is easy to become passive regarding our health and wellbeing, looking outside of ourselves for a quick fix, tablet or cure. We are losing the ability to listen to our bodies and take responsibility for our own health. Take a positive step today towards improved mind and body health; get moving, get focused and work towards maintaining your health, happiness and longevity.

* Please note that the Taoist practices are not a replacement for conventional medical treatment. Please speak with your doctor prior to starting a new exercise programme. This article is for information purposes only and must not be taken as medical advice. *

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